The TSF blog was created with wellness in mind. Our ideas include wellness in all areas of life – self, relationships, work, and family. We want the blog to be informative and give our readers practical tips for the challenges you face. Taking time out to decompress is part of taking good care of yourself.
It is an unavoidable fact that bad things happen. We’ve all had life hand (sometimes even throw) us lemons. Sometime we catch those lemons and keep it moving. Other times we get overwhelmed with an abundance of them. Those “lemons” can be anything from annoying minor inconveniences to total crises that leave us feeling lost,
Confrontation. It’s one of those words that makes us cringe. The word is often associated with negativity or hostility. We automatically think that confronting someone means aggression, anger, and blame. The Latin root for the word “confront” is confrontari, which means “to stand face to face with.” The ability to work through obstacles – in
If you bristle at the sound of this word, you’re not alone. The word forgiveness has a negative connotation for many. This image is not helped by phrases such as “forgive and forget.” I don’t think it’s realistic for us to ever completely forget painful situations. Forgetting would require that little gadget from the movie
Just how “free” do you feel in your relationships? My work centers on people who are in some form of emotional pain – anger, anxiety, sadness or guilt. This is due to either current circumstances or past emotional injuries that have not healed. Most often, my clients seek help for what is ultimately a relational